EMEASEC 5-7 november in Berlijn

5-7 november 2018 is de EMEASEC (Europe & Middle East Systems Engineering Conference) in Berlijn.
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The EMEA Systems Engineering conference is approaching Berlin. Experts and newcomers will join the famous Systems Engineering conference of the INCOSE EMEA chapters hosted by the German Chapter of INCOSE (GfSE e.V.) from 5th to 7th of November in Berlin https://www.incose.org/emeasec2018/home.

Registration has already started and the tutorials for Monday are close to be full. Some places are left for the 4 hours tutorials offered by senior experts in Systems Engineering with the content from model-based SE (MBSE), Product Line Engineering, Safety in Systems to Architecture. The tutorials are included in the conference fee and offered for free. In the afternoon the tool vendors offer 2 hours tutorials based on the German Chapter ‘s Tool Vendor Project of the previous years. The market place is fully booked, and the consulting and tool vendor sponsors are offering their portfolio on Systems Engineering at their booths. Visit the website of EMEASEC to see the long list of more than 30 sponsors.   

The keynote of INCOSE President, Garry Roedler „Shaping Systems Engineering and INCOSE for the Future“ will provide some insights about the VISION 2025, followed by Prof. Dr. Jochen Werner, Medical Director from the University hospital in Essen with the title  „Smart Hospital - Challenges and Opportunities”. On Wednesday Jan Harding Gliemann, Senior Director at Grundfos A/S in Denmark will provide some views on the connected cities and benefit of using Systems Engineering. This will provide a wide range of knowledge and challenges for Systems Engineering and could be a basis for controvere discussions.

Beside of the 42 papers, panel discussions are offered by the Oil & Gas Working group of INCOSE, furthermore William Miller from Stevens Institute of Technology, a pioneer in SE, will lead a discussion about “how to deal with the future challenges?”. Panelists are Prof Stoewer who received this year the famous Simon-Ramo-Medal from IEEE and Berber de Liefde who is a member of the Ministry of Infrastructure & Water Management in the Netherlands. Other panels have the title „Overcoming MBSE adoption challenges“ and „Systems Engineering in Germany – Strategies for Introducing to Industrial Practice“ with panelist from Audi AG, Claas KGaA mbH, Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and other industry experts.

Embedded within these highlights are breaks and a dinner to ensure SE knowledge exchange and networking.